Category Archives: About Writing

Writers, Have You Rocked The Vault?

There’s nothing better than becoming lost within the story world within minutes of starting a book. And as writers, this is what we’re striving to do: pull the reader in, pull them down deep into the words, make them feel … Continue reading

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Remembering his story that he never told

There are so many little things that enrich your life, being a writer. Often, writers are asked where they get their ideas. For fiction writing there are two aspects to seperate: ideas and memories. Let’s talk about memories. So some day … Continue reading

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Characters in Conflict is not Enough

With permission, I’d like to share an article from one of Randy Ingermanson’s e-zines today. There is not much to say about this, as the article speaks for itself, and I could not put it any better than Randy. Read … Continue reading

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From Beginnings…

Do you often look back to when you first started writing? I do. Sometimes it surprises people when you tell them you wrote your first story or essay at the age of 10, but how is it any different from … Continue reading

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